I moved to NY 14 days ago. It’s been a blur, but life is starting to feel organized. And thankfully, I have a friend to stay with until I get things aligned on the job-front. I’ve met with recruiters, upgraded my LinkedIn account, checked into networking events and gotten into the groove of the whole…… Continue reading New In Town
Click to view the 20-second super short… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSt6wzkhhE4 Squander not time. For it is life.
Grocery shopping on a Sunday night is never the ideal situation as the weekend crowd has cleared out the shelves and the restocking team is obviously slacking. (No offense restockers, maybe it’s just my grocery story). But when you’re out of your jumbo bag of animal crackers which accompanies your habitual 10pm coffee habit, off…… Continue reading Animal Crackers, a change in perspective
As usual, I ate lunch outside, under a tree, but today I was facing the fence. It made me think how horrible it would be to live stuck behind a fence, with no hope of the freedom on the other side. You don’t have to be in prison to live a life behind fences and…… Continue reading The fences we build…
To live your best life, you have to live a life that is engaged and connected. And that means different things to different people. For me, that means the hustle and bustle of the city. I can and do appreciate time away in nature, and enjoy the solitude. It’s a weekly requirement that feeds my…… Continue reading What inspires you?
And that’s just what they did… in NYC this past week. Trekked about 60 miles in 4 days, photographing the streets of mid-to-lower Manhattan as well as upper Brooklyn. I love the energy of NYC. You can get caught up in the hustle and bustle, but if you sit on a bench you can learn…… Continue reading These feet were made for walkin’…
“…The truth is, we all need supportive relationships. I once heard a lecture in which the speaker talked about the great redwood trees in California, those magnificent giants of the forest towering as much as three hundred feet in the air. ‘You’d think such tall trees would require very deep roots,’ the speaker said. ‘Actually,…… Continue reading Why you never see a Redwood alone